Given Japan's shrinking population, in order for infrastructure businesses such as railways to attain sustainable growth, it is vital that they uncover latent demand in the domestic market and tap into overseas markets with a particular emphasis on emerging markets. Traditionally, transport service products have been designed for the working-age population as a major user base. However, in the future, increased attention must be paid to the senior market. Because people travel less as they age, transport companies must develop new services such as those that encourage senior citizens to travel as well as those related to nursing care. A market that is set to grow is that of foreign visitors to Japan.
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What are the opportunities for the EU SMEs on the Smart Mobility Market in Japan? This webinar will provide a brief introduction to the swiftly changing Smart Mobility Market in Japan, focusing on the
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